That looks like my kind of junk! What a cool place ...
are you a junker, too?reason number 52 why we were meant to be friends. :)
We did have a great time and I'm ready to go back again. You never know what gem you are going to find in West Bottoms. I would also like to add a big THANK YOU to Elizabeth.....Kristin's sister and my daughter.....for kindly offering to have James join her, Savannah & Natalie for a play date so we could browse at our leisure.
YES!a HUUUUUUGE thank you to my sister for offering to entertain the J-Man while we went exploring. life. saver. I tell ya...
great pictures! I love thriftiquing :) When I was engaged, I wished I could've just registered at an antique store for all my kitchen stuff :)
ah! "thriftiquing"? GREAT word, Heather!tooootally using that from now on. :)and yes, wouldn't that be amazing if we could register at antique stores? someone should seriously make that happen...I bet that would be a success!
Well if you're ever in Texas, we have a little gem called the First Monday Trades Days in Canton, and you can find all sorts of good things there. It's so big, you couldn't possibly see it all in one day. You would be in heaven. ;)
ummm sounds AMAZING.I might just have to make a trip down for that!thanks for the heads up, friend. :)
Oh my goodness, fantastic!!! That would be so much fun! (and seriously, how gorgeous are you too, anyway?!) xo
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